Full gaming PC with AMD RX 7900 GRE now at €999
We aim to keep our readers informed about the best deals on new graphics cards, but finding affordable options for AMD’s latest RX 7900 GRE GPU has proven to be quite challenging. This model is primarily targeted at the Chinese DIY market, but some system integrators may offer the GPU as part of a bundle with other hardware. Fortunately, Germany’s exclusive launch partner for the RX 7900 GRE, MemoryPC, seems to have found a compromise.
Initially, MemoryPC listed the RX 7900 GRE with two systems at launch, priced at €1149, which was the lowest option available. However, there are now new options available, one at €999 and the other at €1099, both of which might be considered intriguing.
The first option, priced at €999, is currently the most affordable way to purchase the RX 7900 GRE in Europe. However, it comes with a full system featuring mid-range specs and older AMD AM4 components. At this price, gamers will receive the Ryzen 5 5600 non-X CPU, 16GB of DDR4 RAM, 1TB of storage, ASUS B450 motherboard, and a case with a 700W power supply, meeting the minimum requirements.
On the other hand, there is another option priced at €1099, slightly more expensive but still cheaper than previous offers. Instead of a full system, MemoryPC now offers a PC Upgrade Kit with slightly better components based on AMD’s newest AM5 platform. This kit includes the RX 7900 GRE, AMD B650 GAMING X AX motherboard from Gigabyte, and the AMD Ryzen 5 7600X CPU.
When considering the individual prices of these components, the motherboard is valued at €203, and the CPU is currently priced at €229. This indicates that the value of the Radeon 7900 GRE in this kit is approximately €667.
Currently, these offers represent the most cost-effective way to acquire the RX 7900 GRE in the EU. While AMD has not officially confirmed plans to release the card in the DIY market outside of China, such an option may still be on the table in the future. The main challenge lies in the limited support from board partners, as only two custom models have been produced so far. System integrators mostly rely on the reference design manufactured by XFX, as observed in this case.
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